Will more than two thousand people live in space in our lifetimes?
#1 06-06-2022, 01:34:07 AM
What are the prospects of space travel? Are you optimistic? Will humans live on Mars in the coming decades? What about mining asteroids? I don't know what to think about it all so that's why I'm asking the Rigist community.

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#2 06-06-2022, 10:44:36 AM
I don't think we'll even be able to come to a fully optimized jelqing routine in my lifetime.

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Humanity will be largely extinct before any of that becomes remotely viable

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#4 10-06-2022, 00:23:24 AM
only non-heterosexual persongots live on earth

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#5 10-06-2022, 04:27:38 AM
More than 7 billion non-heterosexual persongots crowding this gay earth

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#6 11-06-2022, 18:21:29 PM
mars has 0 non-heterosexual persongots

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I think aside from a couple of token "colonies" in orbit and on mars, we're not really gonna see much human space habitation for a while.  it's hell on the body, and there's really just no point except maybe to visit for fun

asteroid mining seems like the best way forward, but they're so far away and we're nowhere close to running out of stuff on earth just yet

in short, space is for tourism, at least in our lifetimes

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